Bar Code Printers

Barcode printers and scanners are commonplace. They are used by small retail businesses and large manufacturers.

Barcodes became successful in the commercial market when they began to be used to automate supermarket checkout systems.  The use of linear barcodes, and now 2D codes, has spread into virtually every other sector.

Retail, package delivery, warehousing and distribution, and manufacturing, can all benefit from the use of bar codes.

Each barcode is encrypted with certain product information.  They are applied to products as a means of identification and used in retail stores as part of the purchasing process, and in warehouses to keep track of inventory.

Determining which barcode printer will best fit your needs depends on many factors, including your business needs, what environment the printer will be used in, how often you’ll be printing, and what kind of connectivity you’ll need.

At Griffin-Rutgers, we offer a variety of barcode printers to effectively print your information accurately.  We specialize in guiding our customers to choose the correct code printer to do the job effectively and at an affordable cost point.

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Barcode News

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Happy Birthday To The Barcode!

Chances are you don’t pay too much attention to the barcode. It’s ubiquitous and likely a part of your everyday life. It’s a rare grocery or department store that doesn’t have bar codes on all of their products. With a simple swipe, the price and the item name are pulled up in a computer, the […]

How to Make Barcode Printing on Cartons More Efficient

As companies that have distribution centers, industrial environments, and warehouses as part of their operations look to make printing barcodes on cartons more efficient, accurate and economical, one process–mobile barcode printing on cartons–is showing promise of helping achieving those objectives.

RFID and Barcode Labeling: Which is Better for Me?

Before there was RFID (also known as radio frequency identification) there was barcode labeling, but today’s technology advancements allow RFID and barcode to exist side by side in various industries, allowing companies to decide which one works best for their needs. While these are different tools that have distinct applications, there are still instances where they can be used together. To help you determine the best course of action for your own initiative, below is a list of key features and differences of RFID and barcode options.

RFID and Barcode Labeling: Is There a Difference Between the Two?

As technologies advance and merge, it can be harder to distinguish between seemingly similar types of product identification functions. Take for example RFID and barcode labels, which appear to be interchangeable terms in many ways. Not necessarily. Below is a list of differences between RFID and barcode labeling to provide a clearer picture about each process and how they are different even though they both help to track products and shipments.

What Machine Will Work Best for Barcode Printing?

In the packaging industry it’s often wondered what machine will work best for a barcode application. And, the answer can differ based on the type of application and performance expectations of the user. Many opt to purchase the EasyPrint due to its wide range of benefits and proven dependability. There are a myriad of reasons that make this particular model adept at working with a barcode application. Here’s why.

Product Packaging

Five Product Packaging Fundamentals

When it’s time to create the perfect packaging for your product, there are many choices that need to be made. The packaging should be attractive, while complying with many regulations regarding the content. It should also reinforce your company’s brand.